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  1. Deniz Acaroğlu

    Deniz Acaroğlu Bearded Dragon Egg

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    hi, im planning to go bioactive and plant some plants on my mind but i can't find some of them if it's toxic on the web search. by the way, i searched web well saw too many nonpoisonus plants im planning add some of them already those plant i had for now.

    1. Crassula muscosa

    2. Orbea variegata

    And also i see on some videos people adding cactus. but some cactus has strong stings. is it harms bearded dragons?

    thanks for helping [​IMG]:)
  2. kaylynangel

    kaylynangel Juvenile Dragon

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    This question needs to be taken to a different forum-- I dont know if anyone on here can answer as I know I cannot- there are others on another forum that have more experience w/ plants etc..............
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    kaylyn
  3. Deniz Acaroğlu

    Deniz Acaroğlu Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Thank you kaylyn i will try my luck ovee there then :) not that mandatory to add those plants tho i can just pick aloe and some of the succulents proven to be safe. just liked this ones.